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November 15, 2018

British tourists won’t need a visa for holidays in EU countries after Brexit, as long as they’re not working and stay less than 3 months. Beekeepers in Mallorca are confident that they’ve finally managed to get rid of the Velutina Asian Wasp which can kill 12 million bees a year. And you can get free […]

Chef Hector Marceló prepares a Christmas menu with some typical Mallorcan dishes and his touch of contemporary cuisine. Tradition and innovation combined to offer you an unforgettable Christmas. For reservations, contact or WhatsApp +34 629 759 904 El Chef Hector Marceló prepara un menú navideño con algunos platos típicos mallorquines y su toque de […]

In the past two days, the world has lost two film icons. Actor Douglas Rain and legendary comic book writer and producer Stan Lee have died, aged 90 and 95 respectively.  Douglas Rain, born March 13, 1928 in Winnipeg, Canada, was a revered actor and narrator. Though primarily a stage actor, he provided the voice […]

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November 9, 2018

The Balearic government says unlicenced boat owners could be fined up to 100,000 euros for renting holiday boats illegally. Four youths from Inca have been arrested for allegedly beating and robbing several people at Festival Park train station. And 25 million euros of government money will be used to finance new employment programmes in the […]

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November 8, 2018

Podemos is calling for a demonstration on Saturday to protest against the Supreme Court ruling that mortgage taxes should be paid by borrowers, not Spanish Banks. Police in Andratx are looking for group of robbers who broke in to a luxury villa in s’Arracó and stole 120,000 euros in cash and two watches worth 6,000 […]

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November 7, 2018

The Cemex factories in Lloseta and Gádor will stay open for the next 45 days while representatives from all sides try to find a way to save hundreds of jobs. 15 people have been arrested in Spain for alleged human trafficking, 8 in Palma, 2 in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and 5 in Alicante. […]

Shining a light on Diabetes in Mallorca World Diabetes Day, introduced by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) in 1991 to raise global awareness of the condition, will take place on November 14. The IDF has launched the Blue Monument Challenge, to literally shine a light on diabetes and encourages individuals and businesses to offer advice, […]

The British Embassy and Consulates mark 100 years since the end of the First World War 5 November 2018 On 11 November 2018, the British Embassy in Madrid and Consulates across Spain will mark the centenary of the Armistice by taking part in solemn acts of remembrance, but also by giving thanks – for the […]

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November 6, 2018

A fire at the Son Gotleu police station has caused more than 400-thousand euros worth of damage and destroyed six cars and 25 motorcycles. A woman who was knocked over and robbed by a cyclist in Manacor has died of her injuries – a man has been charged with causing her death. The flu vaccination […]

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November 5, 2018

The family missing teenager, Josefa Sanchez Cortes are reportedly distraught after receiving an instagram message stating that she’ll never be seen again. A 62 year old woman is in critical condition after a man on a bicycle stole her handbag and knocked her over in the street in Manacor. More than 800 cases of Xylella […]

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